How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

First some more pacifism.

Remember people, no matter how vile Saddam Hussein is, when the troops start marching, he isn't who they're fighting- they'll be fighting the Iraqi people, most of whom are just that, people. They don't want to die, and probably aren't all that interested in killing- unless they're forced to make the choice.

Meanwhile, last night Aram came over, and we chatted. He and Sally have ceased using the conjuction in that phrase, at least temporarially. They needed to take a break, work things out; Aram was pretty saddened by the whole thing, as is to be expected. Cate and I stayed up late, keeping him company, trying to make him feel better. It was good, we went out to Professor Java's with Dave, Avery and Adrianne (Avery, Adrianne and Aram... little alliterative cluster).

Aram is one of the most honestly enthusastic people I know. Everything he does, he does wholeheartedly. I envy that. I hope to be able to emulate that. He's going to be swinging out to Minneapolis for awhile, visit his brother, then swing back this way. When the weather is better, we want to see if we can arrange a nice little climbing outing with him, Tim, Ben, Daryl, Apples, et al.

  • Strange Things People Say About Me (to my face)

    Recently, I've been at the center of a trend. That trend is complete strangers asking me "Are you ____?" A quick summary. For example: Are you…

  • Writer's Block: If I could find my way

    -10,000 years, at minimum. Tomorrow is always better than today, especially when you can't fact-check.

  • Bob Morlang

    When I was working at Tri-Mount, we had these camp trucks. They were army surplus, and while they could take a beating, they only sort of worked. And…

  • Post a new comment


    Comments allowed for friends only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded